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  1. #1
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    Talking Wintery Names?

    Okay so I live in Australia in a town that has wet winters, but rarely ever snows, even as a kid frosty dew and hail was exciting. Nowadays I see winter as such a magical time, snowflakes, pine needles etc. But what girls names remind you of winter, besides of course Isolde, Eira, Winter and Snow?
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    Love Winter! I associate a lot of Christmas names with winter, but I suppose those wouldn't work there, as Christmas isn't during wintertime there? I think names like Ivy, Holly, Josephine, Gabrielle, Noelle, Natalie, etc. remind me of not just Christmas but winter, too, but they're almost all directly related to Christmas so I don't know if that would work. I think Frost is a nice option (for either a boy or a girl), and there's always Jack for a boy, too (Jack Frost).

    I found this list of winter names on Nameberry: http://nameberry.com/list/89/Winter-Baby-Names

    Maybe that'll provide some ideas, too. When you take out Christmas names, and Winter/Snow, I'm drawing a blank!
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    I found this list on another website so I can't take credit for it but I thought it had some pretty names that remind me of winter.

    Girl names
    Amaryllis
    Camellia
    Chrysanthemum
    Coco
    Crystal
    December
    February
    Fire / Fira
    Freesa / Freesia
    Haile / Haily
    Holly
    Icelyn / Icelynn
    Ivy-Rose
    Ivy / Ivye
    January
    Snow
    Snowflake
    Solstice
    Sparkle
    Winterrose

    Boy names
    Branch
    Chill
    Colden / Coldin
    Crispin
    Darke
    Frost
    Glover
    Hail
    Jack (as in Jack Frost)
    Winterhawk

    Unisex names
    Aster
    Blaze / Blaize / Blayze
    Ice
    Ski / Skii
    Snowden
    Storm / Stormy
    White
    Winter / Winters / Wynter

    I wouldn't use some of these but I wanted to leave the list complete.
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    Chione - the snow nymph
    Tindra - means to twinkle in swedish
    Lucia - the saint who's celebrated in December
    Lumi - finnish for snow
    Midwinter
    Robin - the cute little red winterbird
    Snowdrop
    Evergreen - the trees that stay green even in winter
    Star
    Silversnow
    Eirawen - means snow white in welsh

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    Frost
    Frostine
    Frostina
    Breeze
    Icy
    Gusty
    Tundra
    Noelle/Noel
    Stella
    Windy/Wendy

    Here are some random ones that just feel wintery to me:
    Lennox
    Rowena
    Bellatrix
    Andromeda
    Artemis

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